Baxenghyll Gorge is a dramatic, steep-sided, rocky gorge carved by the lower reach of the River Doe through the landscape of the West Riding of Yorkshire, north-east of Ingleton. A short gorge as it is, it is known for its spectacular waterfalls.
The Ingleton Waterfall Walk runs through the Baxenghyll Gorge to see its cascades.
Waterfalls in the gorge
- Beezley Falls are reached approximately two miles from the source at God's Bridge. These falls consist of a series of cascades, including the 'triple spout'.
- Rival Falls have a plunge pool known as the Black Hole. The steepest drops are between 9 feet and 12 feet approximately.
- Snow Falls are in the lower gorge about half a mile downstream and have similar drops.
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